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Arthur in New York

by Marc Brown

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always has a good message. Gets students involved, while having a great message and adventure
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not as good as others. ( )
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WHEN ARTHUR AND D.W. travel to New York City with their parents, they visit the Statue of Liberty, a museum, and they even see a Broadway show! But D.W. is most excited about visiting Mary Moo-Cow Palace with her Mary Moo-Cow doll. When D.W. doesn’t follow her parents’ rule and goes off by herself, the family must find her. Luckily, Arthur knows just where to find D.W.—Mary Moo-Cow Palace, of course!

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Arthur and his family--and D.W.'s favorite doll, Mary Moo-Cow--take a vacation to New York City.

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